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Thousands apply for Canine Cottages critic job as deadline approaches

A dog-friendly holiday letting agency received over 1,000 applications in the first 24 hours after posting a vacancy for a ‘canine critic’, and plenty more are expected before tomorrow’s deadline.

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A-Level courses will be taught at the Elizabethan Academy in Retford from September as part of a major shake-up for post-16 education in the area.

Retford post-16 education set for major changes to boost local economy

The partnership providing post-16 education in Retford is to relocate its A-level teaching in order to make space for more technical courses and possibly even higher degrees.

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Homes proving popular with buyers

Doncaster development is so popular that even more houses are planned

Homes at Gleeson’s Hilton Park development in Askern are proving so popular with local buyers, that Doncaster MBC has approved plans submitted by the South Yorkshire based housebuilder to extend the development with a further 15 homes.

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A fifth of English farms have disappeared in the past 10 years

COLUMNIST: Farming industry’s unstoppable sea of change

Many of you, I expect, will have caught sight of the more than slightly alarming report on the state of England’s smaller farms.

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Council leader welcomes new banning orders for rogue landlords

Council leader welcomes new banning orders for rogue landlords

The leader of North Lincolnshire Council, Cllr Rob Waltham welcomes new powers brought in by the government to tackle rogue landlords.

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Watch out for the mobile speed cameras

Safer Roads Humber will have mobile speed cameras in place at the following sites, the week commencing Thursday, April 26.

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David Handley

FARMING: Planners and second-home owners bring massive changes

I had one of my regular trips back to my native Cornwall this week and was forced once again to reflect that it is no longer the county I knew and grew up in.

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Crackdown on drunken airline passengers

CRACKDOWN: Alcohol to be kept in sealed bags to put a stop to drunken airline passengers

All alcohol bought at airport shops could be placed in sealed bags in a crackdown on disruption by drunken passengers.
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Alison Shipperbottom (left) and Kelly Waller at The Florist at Marshall's Yard. Photo contributed.

Business is blooming for Gainsborough florist

The Florist at Marshall’s Yard has committed to the Gainsborough shopping centre for a further five years.

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The Moss property is on the market for �625,000

A £625,000 house in Doncaster with adventure play area is the most viewed in the UK

A three-bedroom farmhouse, a sprawling Weybridge mansion and a humble Kew cottage – Zoopla reveals its top 10 most viewed listings last month

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Euan Lawrence

Gender Pay Gap - what you need to know

New legislation today states that organisations with 250 employees or more in the private or voluntary sector, must have disclosed their gender pay gap, and continue to do so on an annual basis.
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Gender Pay Gap - what you need to know

New legislation today states that organisations with 250 employees or more in the private or voluntary sector, must have disclosed their gender pay gap, and continue to do so on an annual basis.

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Lyra Coolican, aged 4, builds an insect home in her garden

Partnership delivers more wildlife friendly housing across Doncaster

Housebuilder, David Wilson Homes, has announced the renewal and extension of a unique partnership with the RSPB for another three years.

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One of the kitchens in the new apartments

Doncaster shopping centre to become luxury apartments

A Doncaster shopping centre has had a new lease of life breathed into it following the redevelopment of the upper floors into 28 modern apartments, commercial property and investment company Sheet Anchor Evolve has announced.

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Andrew Percy MP

MP welcomes cash for crumbling roads

Isle MP Andrew Percy, has welcomed the Government’s recent announcement that a further £100 million is being given to councils to repair potholes and protect local roads from future severe weather.

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Council addressing pothole issue

More than 1,000 potholes repaired

Pothole repairs across North Lincolnshire have continued at a pace this week, with a further 732 fixed, making a grand total of 1,039 filled in the last two weeks.

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WATCH OUT: Mobile speed camera sites next week

These are the sites where mobile speed cameras will be in place across the region next week.

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Richard Hannigan

Investment in public transport set to improve services

The popular Call Connect bus service that provides a lifeline to many residents in rural areas is set to continue improving transport services across North Lincolnshire.

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WATCH OUT: Mobile speed camera sites

Here are the latest sites for mobile speed cameras across North Lincolnshire from Safer Roads Humber.

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Ben Dickson, plant manager at A Schulman, and Amanda Bouttell, from West Lindsay District Council, with apprentices Connor Pugh and Andy Bone.

Engineering opportunities in Gainsborough for apprentices

Apprenticeship vacancies at some of Europe’s leading engineering companies in Gainsborough are now open for applicants.

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